Friday Night Is Killing Me Ex-Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson will no doubt get cut some critical slack simply by proving he can crank it out on his own. That leeway… Friday Night Is Killing Me Ex-Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson will no doubt get cut some critical slack simply by proving he can crank it out on his own. That leeway… Bash & Pop Rock
Music Review

Friday Night is Killing Me (1993)

EW's GRADE
B

Details Lead Performance: Bash & Pop; Genre: Rock

Ex-Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson will no doubt get cut some critical slack simply by proving he can crank it out on his own. That leeway might give Bash & Pop's tough, tidy, Keef-esque groove more weight than it warrants, but damn if Friday Night is Killing Me don't sound real good anyways. B

Originally posted Feb 12, 1993 Published in issue #157 Feb 12, 1993 Order article reprints